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scott from the mayor's office on disability and maggie omaro, from caltran and ellen vanderslice from the city of portland. help me welcome our panelists. >> our first speaker is david allenbar and he's a senior urban design are for the san francisco planning department and manages the city design group and concerns itself with urban design and the public realm and he works on the city street plan. >> thanks christina, it's a pleasure to be here today. and as christina said, we work with the city design group and concern ourselves with the design of the public realm and the street space and that plan we are working on, will probably be released in late may and early june and hope you take the time to look at that. and we are working on plans for other parts, including the mission district that's now starting up and fisherman's wharf and octavia and better neighborhood plan and that's for adoption today and i am here to talk about the pedestrian safety and you may ask why urban designers are here to talk about pedestrian safety issues. and what particular expertise might we generalis
's all i have now, thanks. [applause] >> thank you ellen, as you can all tell, we have a wealth of knowledge on stage and now is your time to ask questions of our panelists. >> i would like to know, what degree of cross discipline fertilization to take place between the planning department and public works department and redevelopment agency in planning a project. and for example, and 6th street cordar -- corridor and when the project was finished, it didn't address the pedestrians of that area. and i would like to make sure that those issues are addressed. and if you can share some information with me how you interface with those agencies, i would deeply appreciate it today. >> that's an interesting question, and i think when we started the better's street program, a year ago, we were pretty green about the difficults of the coordination between the different agencies. and in the year or so we have worked on the better streets plans and we are coordinating that work. and you will see that better streets plan is an integrated plan for a number of agencies. and see some idea s th
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